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For questions about issues that take place in a high-school setting.
For questions regarding to instant messaging, a messaging service where the the receiver receives the message almost instantly, and as such allows the 2 (or more) people to have a conversation via the…
When someone is discussing something with another person or group in order to reach an agreement with them.
Questions that have a specific focus on people in Japan or Japanese culture.
For use on questions where there was an existing relationship that has been lost due to physical or emotional distancing.
When someone is hurt or frightened by someone who is bigger or more powerful, and is trying to force them to do something that they do not want to do.
Respect, the feeling of admiration, or the due regard to others feelings, wishes and rights
For questions about online-based relationships involving a significant other or sexual partner.
Used for people who would describe themselves as "shy", or for questions involving shy people.
For questions relating to a presentation of one person to another, in which each is told the other's name.
For questions about when and where it is appropriate to use your phone.
Questions about using written medium to interact with people. This includes note, text, chat, email, and letter.
For situations where the interaction revolves around the country's administration, ruling parties, or citizen rights.
on questions where some type of physical contact plays an important role in the interaction being discussed.
Questions involving someone's in-law family, interactions between them or also interactions between yourself and one of them. Can also be used for interactions with someone else's in-laws.
When the question is related to the belief and confidence in your own ability and value.
Maltreatment from one person to another. It may occur in the following forms which include, but are not limited to: mental, emotional, verbal, physical, sexual.
Questions that have a specific focus on people in Ireland, or the Irish culture.
Questions that have a specific focus on people in Pakistan or Pakistani culture.
Questions involving someone's grandmother or grandfather, either biological or legal, and interactions between them or also interactions between yourself and one of them. Can also be used for interact…